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Title: Management of <i style="">Madhumeha</i> (Diabetes mellitus) with current evidence and intervention with <i style="">Ayurvedic Rasausadhies</i>
Authors: Das, Banani
Mitra, Achintya
Hazra, Jayram
Keywords: <i style="">Rasausadhies</i>
<i style="">Madhumeha</i>
Diabetes mellitus
Issue Date: Oct-2011
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Series/Report no.: A01D 16/02
Abstract: <i style="">Rasausadhies </i>or organo-metallic formulations<i style=""> </i>have been use in the treatment of Diabetes mellitus with its excellence for centuries but their scientific evaluation has not thoroughly constituted with modern tools<i style="">.</i> <i style="">Rasausadhies</i> are popularly use since the period of great alchemist Nagarjuna, i.e. 8th century AD. In fact, it is explored that strategies and treatment modalities to control diabetes exists in <i style="">Rasashastra</i>, a discipline of Ayurveda. In this time, invention of special processing techniques as <i style="">sodhan </i>(purification and detoxification)<i style="">,</i> <i style="">marana</i> (incineration)<i style="">,</i> etc. have been established which are being use to convert the minerals and metals into easily consumable form and immediate showing the desirable effect. <i style="">Madhumeha</i> (Diabetes mellitus) is a multi-factorial disease resulting from a gene environment interaction. Projection of disease prevalence and incidence rate in worldwide by World Health Organization indicating the danger and graveness of this disease. In the present study, the initiation have been taken to collect and compiled all the related information about <i style="">Madhumeha</i> with current evidence regarding <i style="">Rasausadhies</i> used therapeutically that may facilitate further research work.
Description: 624-628
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12827
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJTK Vol.10(4) [October 2011]

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